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Located nearly 2 kilometres south of Lake Simcoe, is the former village, now suburban community of Sutton, Ontario (population 5000+ as of 2001). The transition from small village to small, but thriving community, took place through the amalgamation of Sutton with the Town of North Gwilliambury and the Town of Georgina, in 1971. Towns that surround the community of Sutton, include: Keswick to the west; Pefferlaw to the east; Jackson’s Point to the north and finally Mount Albert to the south.
Surrounding the community of Sutton Ontario is lush forestland and rolling farmlands. The south and southeast areas of Sutton are dominated by thick forests, spanning approximately 75 to 100 square kilometres and consisting largely of pine and numerous other varieties of coniferous trees. To the east and southwest are used primarily for farmland, which covers over 50 square kilometres towards the east.
Housing developments came in the mid-20th century to the northern part of Sutton and continued slowly, up until the 1980s, when there was construction of a subdivision approximately 2 km to the east. The subdivision has continued to expand throughout the 1980s and the early-1990s. Housing projects later slowed in the 1990s and the 2000s and the population has slowed, in relation. Cottages are also found in the area located along the shore of Lake Simcoe.
Although the Community of Sutton is a rural one, it is well connected to other major metropolitan centres, via numerous means of transportation. The nearest superhighway is Highway 404 to the southwest. The road known as Baseline Road connects Sutton to Keswick. The Canadian National rail runs south of Sutton and links with Toronto and Orillia as well as Northern Ontario. Sutton is located E of Keswick, about 25 to 30 km SW of Beaverton, S of Orillia, W of Lindsay, about 12 to 15 km N of Mount Albert, about 70 to 75 km N of Toronto and NE of Newmarket.
For those looking to sell a Sutton Ontario home, an increasingly popular means by which to do so, is through private real estate. Listing your home for sale by owner offers several unique advantages over traditional selling methods, with one of its most notable being the considerable savings it can yield. So why not let our flat fee MLS® listing be your real estate solution. A listing with MLS® offers the support and exposure home owners need to sell their home, while also helping them receive as much money as possible. Created and staffed by real estate professionals who understand the Sutton real estate market, a MLS® real estate listing is the best option out there, for people in the real estate market.
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